Rich Arenschieldt

Rich Arenschieldt

For the past two decades, Rich has written about a wide variety of subjects, mirroring his interests in music, theater, opera and the individuals who pepper Houston’s creative landscape. Additionally, his longtime career as an HIV/AIDS educator enabled him to share life-saving innovative treatment strategies with thousands of patients and their healthcare professionals. He also developed the nation’s finest HIV-specific leadership training program, one whose many graduates are now seasoned local activists, advocating for HIV funding and services.
Arts & Entertainment

A Tale of Gay Bookstores Past

LGBTQ Houstonians recall their historic local ventures.

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Art

Pianist Jean-Yves Thibaudet performs in Houston Sept. 27–29

World’s busiest pianist will play Gershwin with the Houston Symphony.

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Arts & Entertainment

David Koz Brings Tour to The Woodlands

Openly gay saxophonist talks coming out journey prior to Texas appearance.

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Arts & Entertainment

A 40th Anniversary Celebration

Gay Men’s Chorus of Houston commemorates four decades of music and Pride.

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Arts & Entertainment

The Prodigal Prodigies Return

Texas Music Festival’s 30th-anniversary lineup.

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Arts & Entertainment

Musician of Note

HGO’s Patrick Summers conducts a search in his new book 'The Spirit of This Place.'

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Features

Olympic Mettle

Greg Louganis Takes the Podium at Houston World AIDS Day Luncheon. 

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Community News

“She Nurtured All of Us and Never Wanted to Toot Her Own Horn”

Family, friends remember LGBTQ pioneer Debbie Hunt.

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Features

45 Years of Love and Action: Resurrection MCC Marks Milestone Anniversary

Resurrection Metropolitan Community Church, a bedrock for Houston’s LGBTQ people of faith, celebrates 45 years of ministry with several special…

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Features

“Disabling” Trump

I never realized how five words would resonate with so many.

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